This view shows the "ticket station" at Vivian Park with a few passengers, fans, and park attendees taking pictures of the OSL 1068 and observing the train before departure.
No. 75 smokes it up on the head end of a photo charter. The stock car is not the real deal. It's a movie prop left over from the filming of "Geronimo."
618 and 75 stand ready at the Heber shop. With 75 down for overhaul and 618 going down for the same in March 2008, it will be a long time before we see this again.
618 and 75 storm up Casperville Hill on the outskirts of Heber City. Only a few years ago, but the Valley was still farmland back then!
618 working hard upgrade near Deer Creek Dam.
618 making a switch move at Charleston in the early evening hours.
618 and 75 steamed up at Heber, prior to pulling a photo charter.
Great Western 75 is working hard on the upgrade pull out of Provo Canyon. Week's Bench is the site of a rock quarry used from 1939-41 during the construction of Deer Creek Dam.
Photo runby with Great Western 75 near the Decker's Bay siding.
Great Western 75 and Union Pacific 618 switching freight cars in the Heber City yard.
Heber Valley Railroad 2-8-0 618 steaming over Snake Creek with a winter excursion run. Coach 248 came to Heber via the Clinchfield/Great Smoky Mountains Railway, and has since been retired.
Fireman of the OSL 1068 looks back for hand signals when rejoining the engine to the train.
Heber Valley photo charter with Union Pacific 618 and Great Western 75 charges up Casperville Hill in September 2001.
Corner shot of the OSL 1068. Note conductor climbing up to talk to engineer and fireman on oiling duty.
Engineer of the OSL 1068 demonstrates that he can find his radio microphone without looking. Fan is examining the back head before the Limited departs for Heber.